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 New River Gorge Photo Gallery 

 Welcome to New River WV's album of photos from West Virginia's New River Gorge and its surrounding highlands.

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Highlight for album: Scenic Locations
Scenic Locations
Scenes from the New River Gorge National River, Hawks Nest State Park, and other picturesque landscapes in the New River Gorge and other areas in Southern West Virginia.

Last changed on 04/07/13. This album contains 97 items.
Sub-albums:
New River Gorge
New River Gorge Bridge
Hawks Nest State Park
Grandview Park
Babcock State Park
Cunard
Prince, WV Area
Sandstone Falls
Brooks Overlook
Midland Trail
Vintage Midland Trail Postcards (west)
Vintage Midland Trail Postcards (west)
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Highlight for album: Recreation
Recreation
A wide variety of outdoor recreation is yours to explore in West Virginia's New River Gorge region. Join us on a photo tour of some of the area's most popular outdoor recreation activities.

Created on 02/12/08, last changed on 04/07/13. This album contains 101 items.
Sub-albums:
Tamarack
Fishing
Biking
Rock Climbing
Horseback Rides
New River Rafting
Gauley River Rafting
Golfing
Skiing
Summersville Lake
Hawks Nest Lake
Dunloup Creek
Bridge Day
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Highlight for album: Cities, Towns & Communities
Cities, Towns & Communities
Vintage and present-day photos from towns of the New River Gorge and New River Highlands, including the communities of Beckley, Mount Hope, Thurmond, Hinton, and Fayetteville.

Last changed on 04/02/13. This album contains 163 items.
Sub-albums:
Beckley, WV: Photos and Pictures
Historic Wildwood Cemetery
Uptown Beckley, WV
Glen Jean, West Virginia
Fayetteville, West Virginia
Hinton, West Virginia
Hinton - Photo Collection #1
Hinton - Photo Collection #2
Hinton Railroad Days
Mount Hope, West Virginia
Mount Hope, WV - Collection #1
Mount Hope - Collection #2
Mount Hope - Collection #3
New Deal Art Mural
Coal Icons
New River Company's Buildings
Maps: Mount Hope, WV
Thurmond, West Virginia
Pax, WV
Irish Mountain, Raleigh County, WV
Pluto, Raleigh County, WV
Flat Top, West Virginia
Abraham, Raleigh County, WV
Winding Gulf Coalfield
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Highlight for album: Railroads of the New River Coalfields
Railroads of the New River Coalfields
The Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad used the New River Gorge to cross the Appalachians from the Atlantic to the Ohio River. It and other smaller lines have since removed millions of tons of coal from the surrounding mountains. Click the above title of the photo at left to tour this gallery.

Last changed on 04/02/13. This album contains 68 items.
Sub-albums:
Railroads of Today
CSX: Loup Creek Branch, 2001
Railroads of Yesterday
White Oak Railway
Piney River & Paint Creek Railroad
Glade Creek & Raleigh Railroad
Depots
Hinton's Depots
Oak Hill Depot
White Oak Railway
Norfolk & Western Railroad
Pre-Restoration
Restoration: 2001
Restoration: 2002
Beckley's Depots
Prince Depot
Amtrak Trains
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Highlight for album: Coal Heritage
Coal Heritage
Photos of early coal mines, coal tipples, and company stores from throughout the New River Coal Field and other areas in Southern West Virginia -- once one of the most productive coal region in the world.

Last changed on 04/02/13. This album contains 103 items.
Sub-albums:
Coal Mines and Tipples
Mount Hope, WV: Coal Mines
Macdonald
Price Hill, Sherwood and Tamroy
Dunn Loop
Garden Ground
Oak Hill, WV: Coal Mines
Lochgelly
Summerlee
Whipple
Carlisle and Oakwood
Minden
Beckley, WV: Coal Mines
Skelton Mine
Cranberry Mine
Sprague Mine
Stanaford Mine
Glen Jean Area
Prudence
Scarbro
Harvey
Collins
Company Stores
Mount Hope Area
Macdonald
Mount Hope
Oak Hill Area
Minden
Beckley Area
Glen Jean Area
Collins
Beury Monument
Kaymoor
Nuttallburg
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Highlight for album: Folk Heroes & Famous People
Folk Heroes & Famous People
Many significant figures in world history have helped shape of the New River Gorge region -- John Henry, George Washington Carver, Carter Woodson, Robert E. Lee, even Hank Williams.

Last changed on 04/02/13. This album contains 29 items.
Sub-albums:
Daniel Boone
Carter Woodson, Father of Black History
John Henry
Lowell Thomas broadcast from Whipple
Hank Williams' Last Stop: Oak Hill, WV
George Washington Carver
Johnny Appleseed
Robert E. Lee
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Highlight for album: Flowers and Flowering Shrubs of West Virginia
Flowers and Flowering Shrubs of West Virginia

Created on 03/05/11, last changed on 04/02/13. This album contains 51 items.
Sub-albums:
Blooming Plants/Shrubs of Early Spring
Blooming plants of late-spring and summer
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Spring Redbud

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